William Carlos Williams (Sep 17, 1883 - Mar 04, 1963)


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Poemas de William Carlos Williams
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a burst of iris so that
come down for

The pure products of America
go crazy—
mountain folk from Kentucky

Among the rain
and lights
I saw the figure 5

so much depends
a red wheel

It was an icy day.
We buried the cat,
then took her box

Your thighs are appletrees
whose blossoms touch the sky.
Which sky? The sky